Question about Apple iPod touch
No. That is not necessary. You can restore your device even through a Windows PC. But before you can successfully restore a disabled device, you must put it to DFU mode first. To do that, follow these steps:
WARNING: Restoring will delete all data on your device but you don't have to worry if you regularly sync your device with your computer.
If you don't get it at first, try holding the buttons for lesser time or see the other procedures and some screenshots on my tip (link below):
For more iPhone / iPod touch tips like jailbreaking and unlocking, CLICK HERE.
Posted on Nov 14, 2010
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